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  • Nathalie

    Hi Samuel,

    Thanks for this article. I joined pinterest a while ago and was wondering how best to increase engagement. I’ve noticed there is more activity on my boards when I have just been active, otherwise it’s dead calm. your analogy about the ‘most loved’ child makes sense and the separate sharing board is another idea to implement.

  • http://writtent.com/ Sergey

    I would like to say that keeping you Pinterest account organized provides more chances people follow you as well as being an active user. Really makes the difference. Pinterest is a powerful social channel and, with time, it will only get more and more powerful.

  • http://www.creativepeople.co.nz/ Creativepeople

    Just started using Pinterest so thanks for the article!

  • http://danblackonleadership.com/ Dan Black

    Great points here. I recently heard a speech on Pinterest and after told myself it’s worth investing my time on. Thanks for the post.

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  • Claire Hunter

    Great post. Pinterest is an awesome tool everyone should be using and its free!

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  • Sue Ann

    Great post. To do all of this effectively, though, you need the right tools. Otherwise, it becomes a lot to stay on top of. I got pretty overwhelmed with building my Pinterest, but it’s gotten easier since I started using tools to help. I’ve settled on Tailwind (http://tailwindapp.com) in particular for pin and repin scheduling and Pinterest’s own analytics to help with reporting. Combined, I’m saving at least 3-4 hours per week and generating a lot more content with better results.